Instant Pots are under $50 in Walmart’s Prime Day sale

Whether you're a floral fan or not, there's a cheap Instant Pot for you.
Whether you’re a floral fan or not, there’s a cheap Instant Pot for you.
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SAVE UP TO $50: The Pioneer Woman Instant Pot LUX60 and the Instant Pot Gem 6 Qt 8-in-1 multicooker are both on sale for $49 in this Walmart Prime Day deal. 


Instant Pots are the jack-of-all-trades of the kitchen, and most of them probably have more cooking options than all of your small kitchen appliances combined. Besides pressure cooking, you can sauté, steam, warm, and more all in the Instant Pot, so you basically don’t even need a stove anymore, either. 

Instant Pots rarely drop below $50, so this Walmart Prime Day deal is one worth checking out. Choose from two different Instant Pot models, both for only $49 each. 

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Don’t let this multicooker’s cheery, Instagram-able floral design fool you — the Instant Pot Lux60 is a heavy hitter in the kitchen, too. With all the functions of a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, saute, steamer, and warmer, this 6 quart Instant Pot does it all, and fast. The 12 smart built-in programs can make broths, stews, rice, and more with just one push of a button. Plus, the new Cake Maker program can bake a perfect New York-style cheesecake or banana bread in minutes. Built with 3rd generation technology, the Lux60 has an embedded microprocessor that monitors pressure, adjusts heat and time, and includes safety mechanisms that will make sure problems are kept to a minimum.

The Instant Pot Gem has eight functions in one 6 quart pot — choose from slow cook, sear/sauté, cook rice, steam, stew, roast, bake, and warm. This model comes with a stainless steel roasting/steaming rack, rice measuring cup, and a recipe book to get you started with Instant Pot recipes. The programmable features offer a truly customized cooking experience since the Instant Pot Gem can remember the most recently used settings per cooking program. Get ready to experiment with the best cooking time and temperatures, and then save them to your Instant Pot so you’ll never have to check a recipe book again. 

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